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Former Trump campaign adviser refutes claims that Kelly and Mattis made disparaging remarks about the president

WASHINGTON – Former Trump campaign adviser Michael Caputo refuted the accuracy of claims in Bob Woodward’s soon-to-be-released book that claimed White House Chief of Staff Gen. John Kelly and Secretary of Defense Gen. James Mattis made disparaging remarks about President Donald […]

Former Trump campaign adviser refutes claims that Kelly and Mattis made disparaging remarks about the president

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WASHINGTON – Former Trump campaign adviser Michael Caputo refuted the accuracy of claims in Bob Woodward’s soon-to-be-released book that claimed White House Chief of Staff Gen. John Kelly and Secretary of Defense Gen. James Mattis made disparaging remarks about President Donald […]

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Acting US Border Patrol chief defends agency amid activist disruption

WASHINGTON – Amid interruption from activists, U.S. Border Patrol Acting Chief Carla Provost defended the integrity of the agency she leads. “Our commitment to consistent and fair enforcement of the law is

Former Reagan adviser says family separation contradicts GOP values

WASHINGTON – An adviser to former President Ronald Reagan said the Trump administration’s policy of separating undocumented families at the southern border is contrary to mainstream Republican Party values. “Where’s the

Democratic congressmen ask EPA inspector general to investigate Pruitt

Update: 3:40 p.m. – President Donald Trump tweeted that he has accepted Pruitt’s resignation. Trump tweeted that Deputy EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler will become acting administrator as of Monday. WASHINGTON – Democratic

House approves resolution mandating expedited access to DoJ documents

WASHINGTON — The House of Representatives approved a resolution Thursday that requires the Department of Justice to comply with congressional requests for documentation related to the Trump-Russia probe and the Clinton

Rosenstein pushes back against claims of stalling document requests

WASHINGTON — Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein pushed back against claims that the Department of Justice is stalling congressional requests to produce documentation related to the Trump-Russia probe and the

Harley Davidson will relocate some operations outside the US to avoid tariffs

WASHINGTON – Three days after the European Union (EU) imposed $3.2 billion in retaliatory tariffs on more than 100 American-made products motorcycle giant Harley Davidson announced it will relocate some

IG report: McCabe did not ‘fully comply’ with his recusal from Clinton Foundation probe

WASHINGTON – Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe did not fully comply with his recusal from the Bureau’s investigation into the Clinton Foundation, according to a Justice Department Inspector General

Double Standard: Is McCabe above the law?

WASHINGTON — Trump campaign aides George Papadopoulos, Richard Gates and Michael Flynn have been indicted in the past year on charges of lying to the FBI but former FBI Deputy Director

US to slap Canada, Mexico and EU with steel, aluminum tariffs

WASHINGTON — The U.S. will follow through with a plan to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from Canada, Mexico and the European Union (EU), Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross

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